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Sounds like they are dismissing without prejudice. As to why, who knows. Maybe it got too costly for them to continue. If you have trial tomorrow and already have the day off of work, go to the courthouse and review the document filed (although is should be served on you at some point as it is a motion and the judge needs to approve it).

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17 minutes ago, WhoCares1000 said:

Sounds like they are dismissing without prejudice. As to why, who knows. Maybe it got too costly for them to continue. If you have trial tomorrow and already have the day off of work, go to the courthouse and review the document filed (although is should be served on you at some point as it is a motion and the judge needs to approve it).

Well that's just splendid!  This is the 2nd time they've done that!  Thank you for your reply

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Ummm, if you can prove that, you can file an opposing motion to their non-suit motion demanding that the dismissal is with prejudice and that this is the 2nd time you have been sued on the same debt. They cannot keep taking you to court and then non-suiting the case when you fight. I would also say that they are wasting the courts time doing this.

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18 hours ago, Monolithic Cheesecake said:

I was being sued by PRA in Texas and one day before we were supposed to go to trial, I received a schedule change saying "Non-suit entered".  Does that mean they dropped the case?  If so; that wouldn't make sense; they had me dead to rights.  Any insight would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks

 

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What law firm is it?

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On 3/13/2021 at 6:18 AM, WhoCares1000 said:

Ummm, if you can prove that, you can file an opposing motion to their non-suit motion demanding that the dismissal is with prejudice and that this is the 2nd time you have been sued on the same debt. They cannot keep taking you to court and then non-suiting the case when you fight. I would also say that they are wasting the courts time doing this.

How would I go about doing this?  Is there a motion I can file?

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